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Olmec art shows that such deities as the Feathered Serpent and a rain supernatural were already in the Mesoamerican pantheon in Olmec times. The features of it's face seem to flow into each other and the eye sockets are wide and deeply bored. Stirling, along with art historian Miguel Covarrubias, became convinced that the Olmec predated most other known Mesoamerican civilizations.

Our experience and know-how in the cleaning industry are what makes us stand out. This monument - the colossal head now labelled Tres Zapotes Monument A - had been discovered in the late s by a farm worker clearing forested land on a hacienda in Veracruz. Above his headband he wears the cleft mask of the Olmec Maize God.

The individual dwellings would consist of a house, an associated lean-to, and one or more storage pits similar in function to a root cellar. This incised maskette reveals an Olmec-style face covered with scrolled patterns on the cheek and a maize icon in the center of the forehead. It appears to represent a lunar calendar and contains three human figures and other symbols in relief. There is an entire industry of engineers and chemists working together to achieve the best possible results.

History of Scholarly Research Olmec culture was unknown to historians until the midth century. Stela from Izapa, the Olmec recognized the Tree of Life. The transformation figure shows the human and feline characteristics brilliantly fused together. We are well equipped to clean it properly. To fulfill those expectations, we are committed.

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This king is dressed as the Maize God. He may also be portrayed as a powerful rain god, with many helpers. He was a human man or boy who chose to give his life so that his people might grow food. These sages of Olmec civilization etched their creed on polished stone artifacts and then rubbed red paint into the patterns. Mixe-Zoque specialist Soren Wichmann first critiqued this theory on the basis that most of the Mixe-Zoquean loans seemed to originate from the Zoquean branch of the family only.

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